- The Washington Times - Friday, June 17, 2005

The 2005 Acura RSX Type-S drove away with the “Tastiest Tuner of 2005” award at the first-ever “AutoRox,” a nationally televised auto awards show. In addition to the “AutoRox” award, the RSX earlier was named to Car and Driver’s “10 Best,” Edmunds.com’s “Most Wanted Coupe Under $25,000,” and one of Ward’s “10 Best Engines.” Available in two distinct models — the sporty RSX and the high-performance RSX Type-S — the RSX serves as an important point of entry for the brand, introducing performance enthusiasts to the Acura lineup of performance luxury vehicles.

FAMILY TRANSPORTATION: The new Hyundai Portico concept vehicle is neither a sedan nor sports utility vehicle and is intended to adapt to the changing needs of a modern family. It provides a carlike ride with a large “family-friendly” interior. The Portico features front-hinged doors and rear-hinged doors with pillarless design and seats six persons. The concept vehicle is powered by a 24-valve DOHC V-6 engine and offers a navigational screen, plus a DVD-based entertainment system.

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